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Santa Susanna

Santa Susanna, Via Venti Settembre, Roma

Santa Susanna is the ‘National Church in Rome of the United States of America’. It’s a Baroque looking building on a busy street. The Euro and I dropped in to have a quick look a few months ago when we were in Rome.

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5 Comments

  • David B
    Apr 6, 2007 at 19:29

    Man I am glad I am not a maid there…..Trying to keep that place dusted would suck!

  • kenju
    Apr 6, 2007 at 19:44

    I think I saw that last October.

  • Buffy
    Apr 6, 2007 at 20:18

    It’s the American church in Rome. People feel obliged to point it out to Americans….so I’m sure you did Kenju. It’s near Via Veneto.

  • Elisa
    Apr 8, 2007 at 20:47

    i love this image. the big cloud of light. beautiful.

  • dan flynn
    Apr 9, 2007 at 20:29

    Hey Buff,

    Sadly I missed this church when in Rome the other week. Hey it didn’t stand out enough. Did walk along the Via Sacra though, and trooped to the terrace on the Castel Sant’Angelo, very impressive. Apparently the Emperor Hadrian was once buried there, though if you’ve seen the size of the place not so much buried as placed on top. Hmmm Hadrian, used to be popular in these parts. Built a wall, didn’t much care for the Scots… or the English (Angles, Saxons, and other Woadish sorts) for that matter.

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